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12-26-2008 @ 7:23PM
If I or my guild members are organizing the run I think we have every right to decide who comes or not and on what grounds we'll be making that decision. On more than a few occasions we've avoided taking a class because we wanted to avoid competition for that gear, especially when we're trying to gear up.I also think that your position as a tank puts you (and healers to an extent, like myself) in a different camp than the 3-5 DPS who are all competing over the same gear on a single run. We don't really have trouble getting runs but when I was leveling DPS I remember how hard it was to get into a group, and how disappointing it is when you get into the group and you're competing with your own class for gear.As for "calling" gear, that's something that I don't have as much sympathy for. I think it's better if people enunciate their intentions and hopes so that if people are going for the same piece we can maybe establish the best way to get it. But that comes back to the initial question of avoiding people because of their class/spec which I have no problem doing if it helps me or another person get some gear that they need.
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